Legally Blonde The Musical

West End

Musicals

Savoy Theatre

Until Sat Apr 7 2012

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Legally Blonde © Ellie Kurtz

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Jo

Amazing!!!! Already booking tickets to go again! I have seen a lot of musical theatre productions, but Legally Blonde is by far THE BEST!!!!! There a some changes from the film, however this is forgiven. The production is light hearted, yet at times quite poignant, and humourous throughout, the gay or european scene was so funny, and the ups delivery guy is used well, hilarious!! We came out and purchased the CD soundtrack straight away, singing along on the car journey home, can't wait to go again!!

Doris

Really more 3 1/2. Legally Blonde works surprisingly well as a musical, but I felt it was poorly cast. Most of the cast were too old, especially Warner; and I found Paulette annoying, plus she really didn't get the "bend and snap" at all. The plot differed from the movie in mostly minor ways, but one change I disliked was the casting of Emmet as a Pygmalion who coached Elle. But the music was lively and I did laugh, so I wouldn't try to steer anyone away.